This was basically the last day of the trip as the Los Angeles weather decided I needed to remember how it is out there when it rains, and I mean really rains. But we did manage to get in a drive to San Pedro Ports o Call, and to dinner in Chinatown before the sky opened on us. I am breaking this into two posts so you can see the fun we had in San Pedro.
Bear and Bearbette in the car making sure they have some water before walking around.
Becky and Carol checking out the fresh fish.
And just next door is another fish market.
And games for the little ones – or maybe the big ones.
Here I am “Grabbing the Bull by the Horns”
And Becky – well she is hugging it.
Here are the Brigantine Irving Johnson and the Brigantine Exy Johnson. They are training ships, with a length of 111′ ft, they can hold 30 people. The twin Brigantines and their youth crews are “The Official Tall Ships and Maritime Ambassadors of the City of Los Angeles”.
And of course, Carol found flowers.
and we were in Los Angeles’ port.
And another fish market/restaurant.
and the kids must play….
They are supposed to be fixing the area up, and there were some quaint little shops at the end of the walk.
Where of course, Becky had to propose. Hmm what does Louie have to say about this?
Nothing like a best friend.
And more flowers for Carol
Now we see the Welcome sign.
And the squirrel welcomed us
rubbing his paws together – “Oh my lovely”
And Bear and Bearbette were feeling left out – so here are some pictures of them posing by a couple of places.
Back into the backpack for our trip to Los Angeles.